Canadian school cancels event with ISIS survivor out of fear of offending Muslim students

A Canadian school district canceled a book club event with an ISIS survivor over fear her new book would “foster Islamophobia.”

Helen Fisher, the superintendent at the Toronto District School Board, said students would not be allowed to attend the event slated for February where Nobel Peace Prize winner and ISIS survivor Nadia Murad would discuss her new book The Last Girl: My Story of Captivity, and My Fight Against the Islamic State, which details how she was forced into sexual slavery at 14 and the rapes and torture she endured under ISIS.

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